MCN User Conference: abstract submission date extended & earlybird tickets closing soon
Abstract submission date extended
The deadline to submit your abstract for the MCN User Conference has been extended to Monday 24 August.
The organising committee is seeking submissions for:
- Oral presentations highlighting innovation, industry trends, and novel fabrication methodologies (10-15 minute duration)
- Posters highlighting innovation, industry trends, and novel fabrication methodologies
- PhD Frenzy submissions (3 minute duration with a prize pool of $700)
For more information and details on how to submit your abstract, click here.
Earlybird tickets closing soon
Earlybird registration for the MCN User Conference will close on Friday the 28th of August.
Designed to engage our user community and spark fresh and collaborative ideas, the conference will feature presentations from both keynote speakers and users, as well as hands-on workshops and sessions focused on specific capabilities within MCN. The Gala Dinner, to be held at the iconic Melbourne Aquarium on 16 September, will be an excellent networking opportunity for all delegates and exhibitors.
|Earlybird registration (June 1 - Aug 28)|
|Conference - $200
Conference + gala dinner - $300
|Book your tickets now|
|Regular registration (Aug 29 - Sept 9)|
|Conference - $250
Conference + gala dinner - $350
|From 29 August 2015|
Incentives for students
To encourage student participation in the MCN User Conference, all currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students will be eligible to receive $100 MCN facility credit for each day of the User Conference they attend. That makes the conference registration almost free.
What do you have to look forward to at the MCN User Conference?
- The workshops program will include sessions by FEI, Tanner EDA/Mentor, Genisys and Intlvac on a variety of tools and techniques for university students, researchers, and industry clients.
- Keynote speakers Dr Walter Riess (IBM) and Brandon Van Leer (FEI) will discuss the latest in nano fabrication trends and emerging technologies.
- The presentations, poster competition and PhD Frenzy will feature innovative research being undertaken in the field of nanotechnology.
- Networking opportunities will be plentiful throughout the conference and at the Gala Dinner, to be held on the 16th of September at the iconic Melbourne Aquarium.
To view a provisional order of events, click here.